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After successfully removing Christmas from Public domain by Modi's Indian Government,radicals approach Green tribunal to ban Christmas tree and Santa

New Delhi, Dec 23-Hindu outfits have approached Green tribunal to ban Christmas trees and santa. This crooked move is the fallout of Indian Governments decision to observe Christmas day as good governance day thus denying the celebration of birth day of Christ.The Green tribunal noted that Communal issues cannot be raised in the garb of environmental concerns, the National Green Tribunal has said while junking a plea for banning the use of Christmas trees and prohibiting the making of Santa Claus costumes.The Hindu outfits in India dump tons of toxic substance during Hindu festivals in the rivers and lakes.


Why criminalise beef eating, HC asks Delhi government on PIL

IANS | Sep 14, 2016, 02.09 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought a response from the Delhi government and the police on a PIL that has sought quashing of provisions of the Delhi Cattle Preservation Act that criminalises possession and consumption of beef in the city.
A division bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal asked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government to file the response by December 8. The plea was filed on May 4.
The court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by an NGO working for development of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, saying the "right to eat the food of one's choice is an integral part of the right to life and liberty".


Cow vigilantes terrorising Dalits, minorities: Yechury

Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Saturday demanded a complete ban on gauraksha samitis, or cow protection committees, saying they were terrorising Dalits and minority communities on the pretext of cow protection. He said the National Democratic Alliance government was permitting these vigilante groups to promote communalism and polarisation.


Government set to slap terror case on Zakir Naik, ban his NGO-

Home ministry of India , armed with legal opinion, has decided to book Naik under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) for speeches it has, along with the Maharashtra government, found to be laced with jihad-inspiring content.
Bharti Jain | Aug 27, 2016,
The govt has declared his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) as an "unlawful" organisation Naik was accused of motivating over 50 people accused in terrorism-related cases

NEW DELHI: The Centre seems set to slap terror charges on Islamic tele-evangelist Zakir Naik+ for motivating over 50 people accused in terrorism-related cases, while declaring his Islamic Research Foundation+ (IRF) as an "unlawful" organisation.Top government of India sources said the two-pronged action plan against Naik, a popular Islamic missionary who has been accused of being the "inspiration" behind the Dhaka restaurant attack in July, has been worked out on the basis of scrutiny of his speeches.